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Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. An antecedent is a noun or pronoun to which another pronoun refers. Subordinate clause: What type of clause is it?
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In grammar, an antecedent is a noun, noun phrase, or clause to which an anaphor refers in a conference. For example, in the passage "I did not see John because he wasn't there", "John" is the antecedent of the anaphor "he"; together "John" and "he" are called a coreference because they both refer to the same thing (in this case, a particular person). The word "antecedent" begins with the prefix "ante-", meaning "before", because almost always the antecedent occurs before the anaphor.
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